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Fabrik

Beautiful portfolio websites for creatives

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Tim Jarvis
@tim_jarvis
Hey PH, we've just been nominated for a Webby! We're a team of three and we're up against Adobe and Squarespace so we could really, really do with your help on this one. Please vote for us and show that community is more important than marketing budget! (because we don't have one). https://pv.webbyawards.com/2016/...
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Tim Jarvis
@tim_jarvis
Hi PH, i'm one of three founders of Fabrik. Fabrik is a SaaS-based portfolio platform designed for creatives. Our CMS completely separates project content from website styling, allowing creatives to easily add their work, blog, and build responsive websites without touching any code. Intelligent themes, partnered with layouts and customisation, make each p… See more
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Dzuy Linh
@dzuy · engineer
I know so many designers that never have time to update their portfolios because they're so busy actually working. This is great way to keep an updated, beautiful portfolio with ease. Nice work guys.
Jp Valery
@jpvalery · Product Manager @ Gameloft
@magnasoma looks great ! However as a Behance and ProSite user (more out of laziness than real love for ProSite) I've the following question : what's your promise to get users like me to move from ProSite (or other portfolio services) to Fabrik ? I.E what are your advantages ?
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Tim Jarvis
@tim_jarvis
Thanks Tom. On the label - well, it's more by requirement than anything else. Whilst anyone can indeed be creative (and i'm all for encouraging creativity!), Fabrik aims to address problems that creatives have with building their portfolios - rather than, for example, problems you might have when building e-commerce websites (if you see what i mean).
Jp Valery
@jpvalery · Product Manager @ Gameloft
Thanks for that extensive answer :) I wasn't expecting such a detailed and good one. TBH I use prosite because it's easy to use my Behance project on it. But now that I'm doing more photography, this appears a bit as a limit. And i wouldn't mention the lack of customizability and mobile-friendly feature. Thus, I'm very interested in other solutions. Fabrik … See more